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Your school could produce its own production for the Anzac Centenary!!


Is your school looking for an innovative and unique way to commemorate the Anzac Centenary which is cost-effective, engages your students and your local community?








A theatrical production for schools which is based on 'The Front'.



“Do Not Forget, Australia” is a theatrical production written specifically for schools.  It tells the story of a group of school students who are touring the battlefields in France.  With every historical location that they visit, the narrative goes back 100 years to an evolving story about young Australian soldiers and nurses who are similar in age and profile to the students in modern day.  Their story ends at Villers-Bretonneux, where the students see the poignant sign “DO NOT FORGET AUSTRALIA” written in a school courtyard.  It leaves them to reflect and contemplate the lessons that can be learnt from the past.


Project Description

A 50 minute production suitable for school students to perform as a commemorative event for the Anzac Centenary. 

Written by South Australia writer Lane Hinchcliffe, the production includes music and script and can be modified to suit primary and secondary school students.


Resources required

Can be produced with minimal resources or on a larger scale depending on the preference of the school.  Music can be produced live or there is the option to use backing tracks.



The cost is $2700 (excl. GST) for a single-school, which includes a 2 year licence and all necessary production materials (eg. Scripts, music books, Teacher guides).

There is the option for multiple-school licensing by negotiation.


Further information

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